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sUpIsesetio ofthe wilof
siis aWe-m ..d Elgiere
a- persuade every body
e teen fysends~of
sees sipeheein ef a ,hlmr .eulut.
C eue'etrie to disappointsaH par
t' MiCl5ay'5Dd@ot'of ent?
N be easer, if we woo en
ter. ldne season in the
-~ .s~damninet6 etin 1o
43,400 rmined to Ibink
py car aueqnce than men.
A45,b36mP5I3 biits off ibis ma:
se~g~ly1 ben be says :
'~ik us.wkh yoe the symptoms ot
at padesinmn our Mrende.
b & 41, eiesed thiat they would
,ofpreferrng se. to
*1riaciples. - Betwe the~
Ca sonad Van g,
re.ndeulreistsese foeling, but it ie
4qnmtdoubt, the O'iends
of, a siblees and ole of
eat aJ se timergasisation,
- sthe'dieters sey)
:We. wust: speet,
of-mrsA feeling in,
ihmoaimity weerag and aamed
th kuae,ssjsy will reconc~le
earseves.We must ex
ause the frisedsof sit
- 'we oughta tm bear
Walikbingempen the abe~.bat Mr.
~ pIEeenraneelas &issyog
t iairns will
* ~ 1~pP~dto4vm
wh i1 diW eto s MitarsAf The nple ef
.wU46iuai,ane~fitaastf41,we will Parish
.,JOHN C. CALHOUN.
ject to the cision qf the Democratic
Repubican Coeawtion.- to assemU.in
"MayjI4,as tipbmended bythe States
wA~risdA, MhigasXnsturky. Lou
A4labJsaa and Miissippi.
This body assen6bled atColumlbia on'Mon
ay tha itnd-inat.,'-and-adieaned on the -fol
ning Weleday.' We k-arn that itt ieliber
tinawere ln'the higlica 4gre harinobious.
riederegati ivwas ful, and we perceive from
hs Estgf th.dlegates. that the convention.
maedied mch @C-the talent and wisdom of
tbe Stlik, We have in thiwinoven t, eon
Insive evide,.that onrentire State, withot
rlinedon of purtles.-takes a deep intei'iat ini
0611 eeeifs our prat stotesmaid to the Pfes
We pubish- to-dy the Addre&I to toe people
efaba United Sute, adopted by the ronven
io, aid the report of b" cmmittae of 15.
ieAdis ad portare be.d. al Iaperm.
sadleanmoail to prUMote, the alteqdy Aafter
g prqtsetaor Mr. Calboun. May 1844. is
b- tims ,ecliunended for the- tmeeting of the
enera Cnvention of the Democratic Puny,
The people of each Congressional Disriet
ijthe State. will appoint each one delegate to
as couvention, on or before the lot April near.
he convention sWf appointed two delegates,
Ha. F. W. Pseassand Han. F. H EtLaRS,
I sjaMnt the State at large, in the General
The pr i mode of voting was recm
mndied, ad the argument of the Address. on
his nj ;, add the sod or organizing the
We .we gisd to wee that every delegate
froeurEdg to-*e conatntion wainhaisseat.
Tbo iloewimg gentlemen coIpmosthe COO
ral Cumubinse. api.snted tander the 6th reso
ltion ethe commastee of 15, via: Hon. J. B.
1'on, Hon. Eer Boyee. Hon. Was. Aiken, N.
[yward,8 enr..Edward Prost. Henry BWiley,
fton. Wi Dabs M.E. Carn, Ron. Win.
. Murray, Hedry Gounrd., non.. 3. Fel
de, Hoa. F.l; Eluore, 1ame , Rose, yoInVS
abo; and John . Mining, Espi.
-21. N'eaSer. Monday we had tro or
thee pleasant showes, but during the night
duad ystedaymo.ning it was cool enough for
&b last of October. We have no doubt but
&hathe aountain districts have been visited by
hal storm. -The .Crops directly in this vi.
:nity, especially the Corn, has a very heal
' FPesigu Nass.--The Caleoma.,which arriv
d at Boston on the '19th inst., brought five
ays later dates, but there was nothing of an
nteresting nature ; the Cotton Market was
quietand th, prices were unchanged, in all
other articles the markets in England and' the
cntinent wore cshm.
The Charleston dNerwy of the 24th inst.
y.: 'The acgqunts received Iby the-CaIedo
i., seem to have imparted to our market a
enewedi actvidy-ot be-a--n these aceouats
ate .conuideret of a favorable nature, but be
ause they arei not worse thais thos.e received
y the Great istru, and which. i'n a great.
easure badausettled the market. Abost 2100
bales' were disposed of yesterday-if net at a
stated decline, nevertheless at'a decided advan
tage to buyers; holders ahewing themselves
very williug to -ancept of such prices as they
ad previously refused."
T%. Bosk Cs-T he South Carolisian of
he pilih ays: '-The deession will probably
noteanuoneed till Monday. neat, butt, there
sen now-no doubs~with any one, that it will
e againsi~the Banks."
Dr. 4jpliiiL.-The Duhionega (Ga.)Times,
states that thiis imnpouterham eljanged his narie
o hat of Dr.Luntof,Phladelphialad is now
etring on Mesmerism.
A letter'from our Ke West correspon
dent under date of.3d May, reeeived via
orfolk, says that Qon the Anight of the
22 ult. live slaves belonging to individu
a!s in Key West muade their escape in a
plol boat. Their destinatio wais:sup
edq. to be Nassau, where they no~du'obt
ae by this tide arrived~ud been set- am
labr.". The Nassau Royaul Ga-ette of
he.17h inst., riceived yesterday by 'the
B. sehr Margaret. reports the arrival of
beont at that placean'd says thatithe
mid-slaves "were eenveyed to tbe Police
)fie. where on being exsinnd they
ri allowed to go at large."-Mcurg.
1dj5e followin' truth we cut from the
ew York Sa ~he soul of commerce
sr.etrad.Pmeetion lessens homne car
;es, and ihereke.e eutedithe mnat proli
table source-of -the shipping interest:
"We ask our-busines-,nen to redlect
that N. York Is not-a maaalheiuring e
port; that she is dependet upon foreija
trade alone; nay, -father,sthat hor v~i
mzistene-the value of our boasses,~ -u
d-atreets, doekis,and iiljpsiagsraged
hrade.. .With restrictenenpa trade,
emacty has alwaya falegdor.iall-and
~~u~u~ to faelowitdredom.et
sehe baa alweysf rsen, does rsi and
The Bank Case.-A correspondent of
he Charleston Courier, from Columbia,
S. C., un4eodate of thd9%haratans~s
it is currentlyAuioredmo rs that the a
aision iis the Diark casehihf agaiust the
tan.ihat is,.in armatvieo.the mon
trous principle that muspeiasion of specie
layments without fraud works a forfeiture
if charter at common latT."
~ We are ejoiced to find that thejudiciary
)f South Carolina possess independence
mough to uphold the laws of the State,
and that no- infl&ence camswerve them
rum their duty. Because the banks of
aber SIates, howiaver unsound they mnay
iave been, suspended, it i, no excuse why
>or batiks lsould havr tollon ed -in tbear
wake; and 0h'ev can give no reason why
lhcy -ncre so easily duped, thereby bring
Ag distress upon the laboring class, ad
ipoo widows and orphans.
Our Legislalure wisely and with lenien
y, proyidedl a remedy for their recusaacy.
yet with stubbonuessand daring, the sus
pended banks of our State refused tocome
under the mild terms extended to them.
Lei justice then be done them, if as they
Ia a protest and downfall accompanies
The day is past, when half a dozet. bro
ten nerchants cnn assemble and past re
oluiions. recommendig- a suspension. and
exonerating tle proceedings of bank oli
ers, *iben that Bank was established an
% specie basis. and it managed right.could
ithstand all the shocks of suspension
rom other Stases, let them cnme however
liea they might. Again we say, let jus
rice hc done !-Hamburg Journal.
(Corrupondeco of the X. Y. Amoa.]
WVsnIu-roi. May 15. 1843.
Meows. Editors:-You will have re
mited intelligence before this reaches you
f the arrest of the persons concerned in
staking wny with the package fof Treasu
Saotesaid it have been mniled at New'
Trlenns for Washington in July last, but
vit receivrd. It appears that the names
f the p::riic6 are Breedlove, Jewell and
Auslu.- %% ith an alias. which I forget at
thiamomeat. 91-e-lot-e is the nephew
f It. former Collecto. of tile poet of Now
rleans, of ite same name. Jewell and
Austin are not-rious gamblers. Tise fist
entioned of these .yiorthies .was.a .bond
Strk intlacustom kouse at New Orleans.
and resigned a shori timq after.the pack
ae is question was, as alipeirs. given to
im3 to be piut in the post oulice, bt, at
wrtid-aeiem.he thought she contents would
iIe nore useful to himself than to thei got
rernment, andaacordingly put it in4o- his
iwn pocket instead 9,( the post ofille.
Hlaving disposed of hi ..U-oied wealh,
s it iA supposed, none of itte noiesharing
been found in his possession, our oandcier
turned rtsman, and took up hi line of
mdrch or the north an a racing tour.
When Mr. Eld. who, it will be remem
*erbd, was sent to New Orleans some time
ince by the Secretary of the Treasury to
rres thb matter, arrived in that city. he
sacertaincd tiat he saeg had never
een put into the post office, and conee
uently must have been disposed of by the
collector or the clerk, Breedlkne, to %% hon
it was said to have bean iven.
Measures were immeiately taken to
race the clerk, and he, tother with his
Imsnia tes, Jewell and A::..:,ert nabbed
in this city at about 12u'cluck'da Fiday
ight lass. Of the extent in which the last
mamed gentlemen are concerned with
Breedlove, I have not learned. It is suffi
ient to know that, after examination, the
trio stood committed, and were yesterday
banded over to thie officers, with accom
mdated thmem with metal ornaments not
easily broken. snd set off to day for the
seiene of the rohahery. Muach has been said
bout this afamir, and,. with their usual
learsighaed zeal, the papers in opposition
so the admzinistration have endeavored to
eclie od ing ag::iat the secrezaiy or the
treasury lby styling his refusal to pay the
notes repudiation. This is all sheer non
sense, end, let the trial be madte when it
may, it will be found that Mr. Spooler is
fully sneasinsed by the law in the ectirse
yiich heo htad puardued. Thus has it turned
nut that the race .over the Washington
ourse have at least been the. meaifs of
bringing to juastico the perpetrators of a
fraudl, thte naagnitst'le and circumstance.
of which have excited a good deal of in
The Stolen Notes.--A~n indivitdual
brotght to us ye..terday a treasury nose,
foar S$500, No 639, which is among the
notes advertised as stolen. It bast nol
spos dite least sign of having been can.
nm&ed, .but it is as fair as when first issued
from the Treasury. --. The individual sold
a small esta:e schich waabsout. all whicha
he was worth, anad invested it in this note:
fars't taking it to' he ilank of America.who
are agent for te goavernment, and receiv
ing tlae assurancee thtat it was a good note.
In tact, thec Bank had paid the intereston
this very note. to the 1st of January. It
cannot be that the nation will be so unjust
as nt to redleem 'these notes, whfeb - have
blteo fisdulently put into cirbulasion hf
he agents of the goverament.-Y. Y
earn that Richard Stewart, the *r itch
whbo some time agot, at Washington coun
t, (Ark.) shst a poor wgod.eboppefr psd
tave ai.-body to be.dfevouired by.hii dogs,
was taken'a fetwr days since ed the Otta
hikka river, dear the- Bartholow.,by a
pujyjof Louisianians. He weis n'o: cap
ured Without desplhraio resistance, and
was wounded several times in the limbs
and6 bkaay in the course of the gight, whai:h
erpiated in hi. capture. Stewp~rt .gas
aktt.to Columbia. (Ark.) and surrender
d to she demiands of justice.. lie had a
arge imouidt of gold, some *2.500-nn his
person. From his violent resistance and
anguage It would appear-thist he greatdy
ireaded being taken to Arkansas, as he~
rould probably be lynched--n punish
nsent to which be declares death infinitely
The Weuate.-For two or three days
ast week~ifie weather was more like that
af web insummer ; being unseason
mhij cold, *ritih caused -Are to he ~quite
aesabalein the'day time. aedtiankes.
i. nigh for enmilort. During this, tdm'e
erer-wasevrfeppearance of'raie si
he. clouds. cl..eard s,.. btlitt, ..i. b,..
ag fUllenaUn EJIigndsy normnag how
ver, t aine season, andf the
1ttWratker,*Creps; e.Om T~hurs
Svju Mriday nights last, we liere visi
diftTlight shower.a ofrai., aftr whiel
he weatier became so cold thai fires add
winter clothing were absolutely necessar
or comfort4 during several days., Ot
ionday moroing there was a fine rain,biu
he nights and nornings continue unusu
mlv cold. Indeed we should not he sur.
irhed to hear thai thny have had heavy
'rei isn the mounains above us.
-. The crops of wheat ani cats in this re
;ion of country seldom, if ever..looked
noare. promTina. than at :his time. ontwith
tanding the backwardness of ihte'spring:
In Fact, sthe prospect for en shandam har
iarvest of every production of the sail, i
in the highest degree ftartering.-Green
Tempernace Barbecue.- We underston
here is to be a Temperance Brbecue ana
eclebratios-.of our National Anniversary it
he neigliborbood of Camp Creek, in Lao
raster District. Yes-rdador, in the vicin
iy of"TAsIK !" celebraied in former year
rar Its attachment to King *- Balface."
Neighbor Temperance Advocate do yot
rot rejoice? We are sure you will. if yo,
im at all acquainted a itb the local char
aeter of Tank. The barbecue will he belt
nn the previous Friday. ats the Court o
Chancery sito on the 4th of July. Caj
aiu Gaston's fine hand is expected. Pied
ladies are invited to nitend.-Canden Jour
A Good Sign !-There is no miostake it
he sign describeol in the follou ing article
Whatever may Iwe thiought of Millerismn it
lie concrete. in the abstract. this particu
lar omen is worthy in he epecially regard.
M.l. We find it t ithtott credit an ni ex
rbunge paper, butt its anuhenicity slasnt
Jnt be qtiestioned on that account, as sut I
thi * somelimes occur."
AIr: Blw.dInnu. pilot on a fIl boat o
Ime Okin,'rcenitv saw n most weldefrrru
pight ib 411 headv .. lie was watching
agedy, the comet'i'tal. whenl all at Once
Ie saw the -fail rurl u1, nad frm, in bij
ettrs, the word
lie didn't pay much attentiont'it 4,lakit
r faw mninautes he looked nround ajailr
fod saw distinctly, in the samae, lace, the
kstonished Ai this, he ran below to infrn
he captain, and *hen he hail got back
tad looked up at the tail he ri.und that i
ad chatdged again, and had furmed tih
Wbbi'ipon ho and the captain ntarvell,
:reatly..and resolved instantly 4o he.ed th
tdmonition,-and as soon as they got honi
a pay the printer. We wih .a gond ma
ty could see that sight, and proflt by it.
STWIT 1 Y.
Died, at Columbus. Geo.. on the evening al
he 33bh Ind , Mrs. Aix Juxya. consart of An.
hew P. Jones, in the 42 year of her age. Mrs
lones had been for 14 year% a devoted Clri*
ian, in connexion wit the Baptiit Church
and by unostentations bnt consistent piety, ad
led to aodeit ad amiable manners, the law
'oni the afe-tiougin i ipf :; n,.
Oftfire chill) ne othem bato ralew montil
dd.' with her utaud to morn her loss. Bal
a thme mids(itAflictions. they are corn
'orted-for the-departed once gave brig t as
?rance of ber acceptance with God. sad lef
he world leanins upon the at m of hor avio
who had - gone to prepare a place fmr her.'
mAd " came again to take her to himself." ttn
*where He is there she may be alen.-7ames
Hlaiisato, May 23.
Cotro.-When our last quotations west
nadl. op. the acconnts per the Great Wester:
ad just come to hand. lesving us withoant
murrect 'opinin of hsw the markea wouhi at
ainate. Char i~rya seem to think thsat tIt
secounitaare rathernfavorable, thereby shrnw
tg a damper upon the feeling,. which alen ca
isteal amnong them, and depressing the anitum
ion an aptparent at the time ot oar last report
As it is, aur market is less active, amid tied
ransactins tight frot warebenses, althungl
itheqatt ,of is considutable for th
sesn i sli romn wagons as well a
frm the storaehuass, have been made, in some
istancevs, Ut ha decline of j to I et. froma oui
iighest ghnotations of the precedling week. We
rnow reincecc the qeotations of last week futly
et (rein the highest point-the eatreme prie.
ire 4-tto 6j ets.. according to quality; jriuci
pal sales 5j to 6 ems.
There has been received already.ofth.eroi
a8k t the differenit ports .fthe Unitec
Staes. 2.?J@.000 hales: while the crop of I*
mmontedtrooenfy 1,680.000 nales; nraking5S"
[000 alreaedy regnisend more thaa~the cr01
lt842. Thuesvcib if. we estimaste ste mecemp
sa slastjyear for the reatainder of these
snweaalhave at least.90.000 balas
.wellinahe crop of l$43. to 2,310 QUO ~les
shere were received last year fromn this tinst
to thme close of the-seamson the -amnta abovi
aie~cified. We hope, however, that price
will not decline. very mnuch in our anRkte
-Tibe uu raigned siilt commnence their )1iI
On 1 maiin~ fleWSabbathz is 3jig
On Stast ~hysb a July
On atutfbeforatheid Sabath ga Jly,
On Sattarday before ite 4th.,Sabbadiluty
at Cloud's craek. inut
On Saturday bei hero hSabthisJl
On 8Sterlaay'before the 1st Sabbath in e
gust, at Rockycreek.
On Saturday before the 2nd Sabbath in Au
0n Satur4a,bsto e the 3rd Sabbatih ltfAn
pst, at Leingtp.
On Saudybfr the 4th Sabbath an An
0? The Mlead. ,tfa
'. . BACON. announce hitm as a em te
ordtheOficecofClerk ofthe Cibet, of.Edge
0?Thfreudu et earge
POPE. Esqr., annnce him as a caaddats
or re.oleeqmnn, totis OSoe of Clerkqt ti
Jouus of thi Distui..
lay3 If 1d
The underigned willcommeE~ether Sis
Oh= ieorr the .i _ .Day is,
aSaturday'lefara the.fS ord's bay .in
at Siles. -
U Sauriay befare the 3d Lord's- Day. in
July, at Fellowship.
On Saturday before the 4th Lord's Day in
July. at Modlisin Creek.
Un Saturday before the 5d. Lord's Day in
J , at iansues.
n Satutly before the I-et Lord's Day in
Angust, at Gond Hope.
On Saturday before the 2d Lord's Day in
Auxust. at Little Stevens' Creek.
On Saturday before the 3d Lord's Day in
Anumsa. at Chesnst Hill.
On Saturday befhre the 41h Lord's Day in
Anfut,at Sister Sp'rings.
-ach'ueing will continue cue week if cit
CUMStices faVot it.
We, the- underaigned. leaving been appoint.
eel Doumestic Sa isionaries. fer the 4th Sectieop
or the Chnsches of the Edgefield Baptist.Afto
ciation, give notice. that we will by Divit.e
,.erimes-ia attend the Churchese at the follow
leasant Grove. on the Saturday before the
1,.: LArd's Day in Jul. .
-Iianburg.-rin the Saturday befure the 2nd
I bird'.< D:%v in July.
Die stephen' Creek. lan tr !atnrday before
she 3ed Lord'i Day iis 3nly.
Moune1t ZIAna, -ia tl sataday befoire the 4th
Lserd's I)::y in July.
ilorn's Creek. on 1hA/ iaturday beforo the 5th
Lori'A Dy itt July.
i Elgetie:...oo the Saturday before tia lit LArd's
R OakeGrvi onthe Saturday beforethe2nd
l...drs (l.y its A gust.
Deth:anV tr l!c4stbhlcvan. on the Sattirday Le
tier' the 3d I.hdAP Ily it. Agiant.
Anitnocha. mn thw &ttard:e befure the 4th Load's
Day ina Aigust.
11. A. WIL1.lAMlI.
Lm'ar sic Mlisuioenearis.
In cocaserile'sree 4of ilee nominwor ofChurches.
ani the limited time for viiting tlu:-.I. it is in
practir.abe for nie t attract e-cle. We have,
tlherefore. tram their taeiatrnMss to etIi othter,
appointed tine meeting for .Mt. I.ebaion need
Mt. Zinn. tc be held at the latter. TIe rea
<nsic toe this ap'ointmnent % ill be given more
tially at the meting. J. T.
If A. W.
forwarn all persons from trading for a
mte, given by iln to Willias: Irywn
in Jnnuary lam. As ilth cintltet tcenrml
ing in which it was given. has not een
complied with hy Mr. Brown. I do nout in.
teud to pay the said note. .
M. W. AJ3NI .
May 31 31 t s
4HSdlg-u watering place has re
.len''Ileiy i 1on it way into ihe hands
or three inidividuals who are determined
to seiaii its reputation. The berieficial
resul;s of tice water can he testified minby
hundreds % ho have experienced its iufl
ecce upon various diseases, and the ac
commodalions shcall be suiled to the wants
o.f n. ".9 troy vi, 1;c place, upou the
feilnwing fe:r.:, vi;.:
lan per dav $1 00
" per :eek, 6 00
" per week, over one and less
than 4 weeks, 5 00
" per week, over four weeks, 4 00
Children and servants half price.
iiorse per day, :
,per week, , . .35l0
"per week, ovrer one week, 3 00
Alr. Wmn. Muarray.nand lady. will super.
intend ;hie provisoin. of the isable..
* , JOllN Z. ZIMMIERMAN.
A gent for Glenn's Sprngs Company.
Mauy I, J8-h3..,
N. 11. There is at 'his. time, (and 'a-ill
conlinnue throuihthbe yearl o '-ood Male
andI Femnaie $~ccho.
Mr. Juhnt lyhans superinea.'.s the male
Rev. C. S. Heard superianends the te
hly el it-45 18
NjO~'the subscriber near Cam
dgAbbeville District. onc thme
17tut n..y negrn tman PETER,
hli about ii fr~ three or tour in
haa gr swil scar or tuolea ont the
~,t itai imapedinieat*in his
spe.'h, ratfher t-intelligent enjanten.mee; Ihe
ca is Ihe will atteenpt to raw anc a free
Sn' . H is a Blacksmith b trade,. wa pair.
chaai.dia inChalqrn. eutsevenot eight
yrsold, '"e abalemnen bythe.iname of
&e~onal. ~b ?~1av Ms.; who mqved
to this Di'-;raet5 yeasago;'ii ib 4jtl Ice
will attempt to go toChaarlesnt. I.will
fiberally complenmte .ab pes he~wll ap
abed the said boy and. toaiatisil.3
si. .-3.-.I SAau (.
N'ew Na~.ljeille Disrif.eyg .
7TeCharle40an Courier -la rsgeertEd to
ingert the abe tr. wediksAnd orward the
account to met, at tifstaecis.
- .Jo,.R. SARRAN1T..
- Fd~gesletd, C. 11, 20th Hity 184.5
-H . SPN b iaober-p
with the'- -uk .of'.M a!Wa
GSritU, q.BrdQ arte? )h er,
withinbe rank of Captain wili be r'espet
ed an Ao eeordin .
TIHOS, W. GANT, -
May 24 . . 4:. 17
ROMntaionnear flHaibo on
het -fthe third.inastant, a i
light SORR L MULE, about three year.-old,
buat well broke for workiegr niding.
A ribral ppc asds ilbegiven fort the,
delivery'of the uULE, to untgat rambur,
orfor any infonlaationl which *tdl lead to hier
BENi. C, YANC Y.
Nag arg, May19, 1843. f 7
afinWn ataA v ...
State of South Carolin.
IN TLB COMMON PLhA0.
OHN W.tenI.R,; d
.4ody of the tskerirofAbbe
ite oftora jaa
it the -i itys of Iame woo
Lonmiz, having fddhis pe.tliour with a se '
lule. on esto . of his whaleeutstm.el 4a
anal. for the purpose erobtaining ie '
)f the Acts of the General Assmbi3ly Co
nonly called the Ianalvent Debtors Aats -
Pils Noriwe iii hereby givedait dia
ion of the said Joka W. 4
ward and considered ins the Court
Pleas for Abeville Districtst AbbevdkWCqra
louse, on the sixteatAdy ofOdfnbe ne
snch othr daj- thereaf ter as the; Court-may
order during the term, commeneanai the "d
place. on the third Moaduy of October 0et,
tad aU :as creditrs afba0id Jok W. NO
Kellar, are besehyapqaoioned perueeu3 y
heir attorneysN to appear t -
he said Court. to shew cause. i any
why the benefit of the Aets aforehId
3ot' e granted to the said JohnW. E
ipon his executing the asigaet ri 01t4
)y the Acts aforesaid.
JNO. F. LWVING
ClAk's Ojcu, 19tl1 laiy, 1843.
May 31 ($17624) 3i'*
State of South CaroIfu
B ArES' WRENN. Jr., of tie said
District, living within one-mile of
Gilgal Church. tolls before me an. tay
Inare, of a mixed roan and gray-10- IN
een hIands one inch bigbj & b-A e
years old, beth eyes itjoured being ept
ror the Hetm-ks in duing 'wbhieb iee*;
ers h:ve beet cut away, appcasWf Lt
wen doollats by Simpson Sujivan, G'i
ridge Clcthean and John Terey.,05%
uder any hand this 234day rApri 118.
EDWARD SETLE, US ,,
May 34 (W. ). ..4m. 8
J D.TitiFM.s. haseoeed ar
''pi of he ashve vaitb worksuphi
hw off-lrw far satoeat tie. publidsie" '
The character of ais wrk btgo ft
known to tihe public. grenerall; k i de
un-)esory to comnieet upon Z. -
Mfay: . . - 17
TO TIE PIUJB -L*
VIHF ub.herifier r-.etroN~ndafogi
T public. thai he has opened a
Ifeuse ..f Eaterga
for Travellers, Eemiles above Ca
Ablieville. Districk au the diira d -
on.ia nd Hawburg*ia Edgeie C a .ao
hidge to, Lauress and Greenvie f
eas, and he pledges himself to ase hi
forts to resider all comfortable wio mnay A.
him with their customa.
On the premuses there afs hialien 8M6W
nd inely watCred lotor the accone'datjds
May 24 . ..
etate of South Carelina
IN EQUITY. --
Richard Hardy, et al.
rhoenas Mardet al.
1 T appearing to the aatisflcoedi asasa
. al-adoner, that the..Deen l s d -
Hardy. James Hanly, Barbara Hewisses .
len HoyVerton, 'Howerto ,-eluildpusef
Ngcy Howertun,.decnd. Chales-Bamy
Lnd wird Ehsa. a40 Ia , jAbser Gten.
to and wife Tavy 0.
ad wife Lucy WParks,:msdi
limis of the State: on maction. -by
Complfinalts Soicitor. ordered. dat .l
tbsent defendants do plead. aser er dew.e
to coamplaiuants bitt, within thee usedra Gees
he ublication of this order, or 'the ai4 bil
wilibe taken pro cofea*5 a 'as tem.
ther orders -~~n a e ,
het exauisoh a ie -
Offers for thi'wrk to be
seale pdere.cted to se with r
residence pf the workmain -ie~d
bek, ind ,eeferences ofskil a
bevile or itmyse1Eii46.
-~ 1HOMAS PAREER
IN TRE CO3IMQ~w A
Francis A. Cosneta4nimt
rpH E sauti Plaleihave gL4
1 - Irao. In my ,~ fiw~
Detindant iireIs nk
State: Ord~e ab e aid Deendant
aday; the 0li4 at thesese
herwhIs#ns ajudmet wil'be ati
- 3. F.LIVINGSO~4
dierk's Ome.Dee~ 9.182